So on average someone will lose around 0.5lbs to 2lbs per week of weight.
multiple things can cause help or hinder your weight loss process.
Things such as if you have experience with weightlifting already.
how your mobility is.
what your cardiovascular level is
what your fitness level is.
what your nutrition is like.
And Your Genetics.
These will all play a factor in how you lose weight.
and not everyone is going to lose weight at the same time.
some people, depending on the factors above might lose weight slower or faster than you.
there have been so many times I have talked with people or talked with clients and had to explain to them why they aren’t losing the weight they THINK they should be losing.
and a part of it has to do with social media and the way they portray how people are losing weight versus reality.
everyone starts or is coming from a different part of life and we all have different mental and physical capabilities so why would we think that we are all going to lose weight or gain muscle at the same pace?
Another thing people don’t realize is their bodies change differently.
one person might drop stomach fat faster than another.
one individual might take along to get rid of their love handles versus someone else.
It goes back to what I was just saying above.
There is a general standard on what weight we will lose but we always won’t lose it at the same pace.
and our bodies won’t react the same in terms of areas of weight loss as someone else.
So the advice I always give people?
just keep at the process.
you will get there
it might take 2 years or 5 years but eventually, you will hit your goals and then create new ones.
It is a never-ending process of wanting to improve yourself and better your current situation.
And for some people, this means that they aren’t happy where they are and for 3others, they just might be happy enough.
but either way, however you look at it, there are always ways we can improve ourselves.
Just know that it will take time and the only person you should be comparing yourself to be the person you were a month before.
Disclaimer: Adam is not a doctor nor a nutritionist. This is all from the experience Adam has gained through himself and through schooling. Through his videos, Adam shares his personal and educational experience that he has acquired over the past years of training individuals through fitness and nutrition. Adam would strongly recommend you see your physician before starting or completing any exercise program. You should be in good physical condition to participate in the exercises which are why consulting your physician would be recommended.
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